by Victoria Sandmeyer
March 31, 2015
Every spring break the students leave, yet the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) continues to be a hub of learning.
by Alyssa Patrick
March 20, 2015
We were excited to have WSU professor Chen-Ching Liu in Seattle last week to share the latest smart grid developments with business and community leaders at the Technology Alliance Discovery Series breakfast.
Dr. Liu is director of WSU’s Energy Systems Innovation Center, an interdisciplinary research and industry collaboration that aims to develop a smart grid that meets the needs and concerns of consumers. Read about the Center's current major research and workforce development efforts below.
January 15, 2015
by Scott Weybright
Washington State University researchers were awarded a $1 million federal grant to develop an intelligent bin management system supported by a robotic self-propelled fruit bin carrier in tree fruit orchards.
“This grant gives us the chance to convert what we thought would work into something that orchards can use,” said Dr. Qin Zhang, who will lead the research. “It’s one aspect to help address the overall labor shortage that orchards are dealing with.” The manually operated research prototype of a self-propelled bin carrier created by WSU researchers.
Who? Dr. KC Wang, Professor